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Hats and Beards is a painting by Martel Chapman which was uploaded on December 2nd, 2008.
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Still movement, as a sculpted piece. The title is based on an Eric Dolphy tune as a tribute to Thelonious Monk: Hat and Beard.
Original - Sold
18.000 x 24.000 x 1.000 inches
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Hats and Beards
Painting - Oil On Canvas
December 2nd, 2008
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Beautiful. Congrats on your recent sale!
Congratulations on your recent sale!
Wow..Beautiful work! So pleased to hear of your sale.
Martel Chapman replied:
this is superb! love the dynamism here and quality of your art!
This has Sound!
Awesome piece, Martel! Love your work!
This is an amazing work.
I'm glad you explained to us the reasong that the word Beards is in the title.
Now I understand.
Martel, YOU rock!!
I like this piece especially, though all of your works are of great interest. This particular piece reminds me somewhat of "Nude Descending A Staircase number 2 " by Marcel Duchamp. I like your cubist portraiture concept very much. Thanks for your comments on my own works on fineartamerica.com. I find your idea about the connection between jazz and cubism very interesting. I will continue to check out your works to see what you have come up with as time passes. Good to meet you!
i heard that you were good so i took a look at this. wow it is something i could never do. great work
Very Cool and obviously very popular! Thanks for the comments on My Statue of Liberty.
Oh WOW this is great! What and imagination, I love it!
I see Futurism, Cubism and Soviet art. Too bad Braque was born before you.
David G Wilson
I absolutely love the dynamism of this. It reminds me of Giacomo Balla's futuristic piece called "Dynamism of a dog on a leash" wherein he shows the the effect of movement in freezed-framed movement. Tremendous. I haven't expressed so much excitement about another artist's work in a long time.
Pardon my French---------this is some serious shit...........I think you topped it with this one----
Hi and thanks for your comment... your work is perfection, not just intersesting! lol!
Wow, super kool. Love your style
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